Prostate cancer incidence, clinical stage and survival in relation to obesity: a prospective cohort study in Denmark.

  title={Prostate cancer incidence, clinical stage and survival in relation to obesity: a prospective cohort study in Denmark.},
  author={Henrik M\oller and Nina Roswall and Mieke van Hemelrijck and Signe Benzon Larsen and Jack Cuzick and Lars H Holmberg and Kim Overvad and Anne Tj\onneland},
  journal={International journal of cancer},
  volume={136 8},
There is no clear link between obesity and prostate cancer incidence but an association has been reported between obesity and fatal prostate cancer. We report on two prospective cohort analyses on (i) the incidence of prostate cancer in relation to obesity in a cohort of men with no previous cancer, and on (ii) the stage distribution and prostate cancer specific mortality in relation to obesity among men with prostate cancer. The "Diet, Cancer and Health" prospective cohort study was… CONTINUE READING
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